Karmic Charms

The universe may be in disarray with this wacky weather we’ve had of late, but the forecast is clear at Karma. You’ve probably been to this Indian buffet once or twice, but not back to in recent memory, lured by the novelty of nearby newcomers. Here’s why you should go back: (1) the tandoori chicken, succulent legs and thighs roasted in Karma’s clay oven to a lusty red char; (2) the dal tarka, yellow lentils split and simmered to a creamy porridge, excellent sopped up with Karma’s pancakey naan; and (3) the price, $10, all you can eat. Of course, nobody should be eating all they can eat, but Indian food just brings out the pre-op Randy Jackson in us. Another gulab jamun, dawg.

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